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GLMV Brings New Derby Fire Station to Life

02.09.22 | Taylor Clark | Civic + Cultural, General Articles

GLMV provided Architecture, Project Management, Construction Administration, Cost Estimating, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design services to bring this new 23,000-square-foot fire station to life. The station is located closer to where the City’s growth is taking place and now serves as the City of Derby’s main fire station. The $5.5 million project was completed in February 2019.

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Influencing Systemic Change Through the Supply Chain

01.31.22 | Taylor Clark | ECHO Digital, Zoos + Aquariums

As members of the global community, Zoos & Aquariums are agents of change. By making calculated purchasing decisions, leaders can realize unique opportunities to advance their conservation missions; promoting socially & environmentally responsible practices, exerting pressure on companies & products to improve, and modeling consumer choice as a tool for conservation.

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GLMV Architecture Selected to Lead Master Planning for The Naples Botanical Garden

01.21.22 | Taylor Clark | Landscape Architecture, Sustainable Design, Uncategorized

GLMV Architecture, along with landscape architecture firm Unknown Studio and a broad team of collaborators, has been selected to develop an ambitious master plan in support of the Naples Botanical Garden’s next century of growth.

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ECHO Digital: Designing For Sustainability

01.06.22 | Taylor Clark | ECHO Digital, Sustainable Design, Zoos + Aquariums

Sustainability is core to the mission of our Zoos & Aquariums.  With complex built environments being some of our facilities’ greatest consumers of water, energy, and material resources, integrating sustainability into planning and design can have a profound and long-lasting impact on the natural world.  Thank you to our friends from PAE, Justin Stenkamp, PE, LEED AP, Associate Principal and Allan Montpellier, PE, LEED AP, Principal for joining us to discuss designing and planning for sustainability while keeping the guest and animal experience in mind.  

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